Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on May 6, 1887 · Page 2
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Alton, Illinois
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JJJCT DAUJ TKLEfllUPH. BT W. ». NORTON, Car. Third and PlM« 8tr**t«, Alton, 111 FKIDAY EVE., MAY 6. THE SOLDIERS' REDlOOH. A meeting of the'committees selected to make preparations /or appropriately welcoming and entertaining the vet 1 eran soldiers, who are expected to attend tha ronniou at the city on the 4tb and 6th of July, was hold at the Council Chamber last evening. Geo. A. Bayle was called to the chair and L. J. Iloageu elected Secretary. Some reports, formal and Informal, were made, and It was as ccrtalned that almost half the requisite amount of money has been subscribed or pledged. There should be no cessation of work, but rather an increase ol effort, as the re-union will give Alton a boom of considerable dimensions, especially if the affair is well managed. It is requested, particularly, that all the subcommittees send in their reports by tomorrow evening to the Treasurer, Mr. H. M. Sohweppe, in order that they may be considered at a meeting of the Executive committee at McKmney & Hewitt's office Monday morning.. Appended is the report of the Executive committee rendered last evening by Mr. Carr; GENTLKMIH.—Your committee of seven, to whom you delegated power to select and direct sub-committees/ representing the several branches of business •among the citizens of Alton and vicinity, In soliciting subscriptions for enter* tainment expenses in connection with the contemplated reunion of veteran Soldiers and Sailors, in our city, during July 4th and 5th, would report thai much interest and attention have been given to the matter entrusted to them and 49 sub-committees have been selected, notified and furnished with printed subscription papers. Each member of this committee of seven has personally attended to the portion of work assigned to him, and our meeting is called this evening to receive reports ot progress made by these subcommittees., Wo find upon consulting with leading members of the (J. A. H., and with others, that this enterprise under contemplation will prove no small affair If carried out as anticipated, and except •ample provision shall be made and guaranteed, the G. A. R. will not be justified in extending an invitation to that organization, a result to be deplored, yet more to be preferred than an atttmpt followed with failure. It is, therefore, hoped that reports tonight will signify positively whether the citizens are interested, or not, in the undertaking. ' Your committee feel that so far they have accomplished as much as could be expected, and now await the outcome of their efforts. Respectfully submitted. H. M. CARS, GEO. R. HEWITT, J. H.lUlliLE, A. NEERMAHW, H. M. SOHWKPPK, H. R. FaiNNKr, CUAS. A. HEKB, Committee This matter is of great importance and the sub-committees should make their reports without delay, as the matter must be closed' up at once. The Executive committee is doing nobly in the premises and they should be sustained by all the other committees. CROP PROSPECTS. The following Interesting data con corning the condition and prospects ol the crops,etc., in Madison county, have been furnished the Illinois Department of Agriculture by the regular corres pondent residing in this county. Very little of the growing crop of wheat was winter killed but from the) cold, dry weather it made but little growth during the past two months. The recent rains have greatly Improved its condition, And the encouragement for nearly an average yield per aero. Winter rye looks well but is generally seeded for pasturage. , There is an increase in the area seeded to oats and its condition is good. Grass is small owing to the want of rain, hence pasturage and meadows are backward. There is a fine prospect forjapples, pears and cherries. There will be a few peaches. There u a slight decrease in the number of catlle, horses and sheep on hand as compared with that ol May 1,188G. The general condition of live stock is good. The soil is in fine condition for pltwlng and planting, and a large amount ot plowing htu boon Uone tor this date. About 20 per cent, of the old crop of corn remains in the hands of the farmers, GKEKNVILLK, 111., May 5—Kov. J. B. Woolard, the patriarch of the Methodist oliuroh in Egypt, and perhaps in Illinois, died at the homo of his son-in-law, T. L. Vest, in this city shortly after 12 last night. Ilo was aged 82 yours and the greater part of his life was spent iu advancing liig church in this sootion. Ho was the first regularly appointed Methodist minister to this place,and came hero long before the town had ftu existence, or was kaowa by its present name. Come, gentlo spring, ethereal tuildnoss, oome. I (mean the Uioo Coll Spring, with which you hum Over the roughest roads, and laugh to MB >t : How small A thing can glvo you BO much glee. Incendiaries at Uoodhonsc. \ViriTE HAM., Ill , May 5—Just before 12 o'clock last night the hay barn, sheds and corn cribs in the C. & A. railroad stock yards at Roodhouse caught lire and consumed all the buildings, 100 tons of Hay and some grain, involving a loss of from $1,500 to 82,000. The cause is con sidered incendiary, since an attempt to wreck the night express near Drake was made on Monday right by piling stone nnd ties on the track, but fortunately the obstructions were discovered in time to check the train. The compnuy is keeping ft sharp lookout and may bring the transgressors te justice. ALTOH VUBLIC SCHOOLS. Statistical >K«port of the Alton Public lohooli for tbt month ending April 2i,1887. a Sch«ol.... 65« Htll»l>»U» " .... 308 Irrlng " .... 199 Oarfield " .... 117 Washington .... M TOTAL. 1216 m <!* o B »l pupils M nnd itbovv In ncbolarihlp: HIGH SCHOOL. BHNIOIt CLASS. Enrollment 33. Edwin Sparks, 1W. Lonlan BMSB, 100. Mab'l Otiallncombe.lOOMury Armstrong, W, Ben. Harris, 98. AdnNlouols, W. Hnllio \Vade, 98. Jefferson Dlnjr, 97. Mary Dtxoii, OT. Nona MoAdtunn, 97, Caroline) Selbold, 07. Funnlo Uhrmnn, 97. Annie Allan, 06. Uarrlo McCarthy, 9C, Willie P»HTD, IK, Maggie Lal'cllu,». Jeislo Kyrlo, OS. inl)DI.» SIAJ8. Barollm.nt '29. Hattle Fhlnney, 100. Mario Buokmaster, 99. l.nlu Inline, 98. Josle Nlrln, 99. Belle Wilson. US. An. Prelffenborger, 9». Luole Gary, 97. Lizzie Hill, 07. Kmma Wutson, 97. Snrah Wilkinson, 97. Ada Wire, 97. Muy, Mamie rhlimcy, 05. JUNIOR CLASS. Knr»llme»t 45. DolU Randall, 10*. Lucy Smith, U7. Gui-tle Hardy, 97. UUu 8acht!ob»n 97. • GHAMMAK DEl'AKTJIENT. I.1SCOU; SCHOOL-Jtoom 3. Kirollment 47. Annla Flaeh, 93. QertrudeMclClnney,!)?. Bertie Howard. S7. 1/on UaMiewuy, 07. Ollle McKlsiOOk, W. £mma Clarkson. K. Xtom 2fo. 4. Enrollment 46. Charles Yager. 99. Maggie O'Leory, 8$. Georgia F.z, 99. Roue Miller, BS. . Cbnrles Boall. 07. Mamie Karel, Mi. Ednn Smitk, *%. KvnUv Baker, 96. Minnie Bohroni, 96. Dora Stein, SHi. Martha Tax, 95. IBTIHO loaoot-Jieom AV 1. Enrollmcat, 33, Lizzie Woston.oa. Bertha Bishop, »9. Ethel Butlsr,fl». EvaOanuell, 98. Harry McDonaugli,98. lielie Perclval, 98. Bmella Hodemeyer >3. George Parker, 98. Nellie Arnold, 96. 1,1111s Jackson, SC. Kor. Ohallacombe, SIS. Geo. Wegton, 09. MomleOrowe,05. Maud Gregg,85. Sidney MoDonnugh.t5.Ooo. Pfclffenbergur, 9*. BOB* Baker, »i. HVJIBOLDT 6CMOOL— RtOM JVb. 1., Enrollment, H. Oanlfl Bl.slntor, K.D. Charlie Herb. M. Km ran Bell, 94.5. Kr»o«t Bishop, »3.3. Annie Bilderbcok,»7.6. Ueo. Ynckel, »7. Oklo floairw, IG. Amelia Kuhn.95.9. The enrollment ot the Hic(li School U102. The enrollment ot the Grammar Schools If 163. B. A. HA.IGHT, Supt. MAKES Shorter Honrs For Women, thebjstani Ing Compound known. XTted Aa Piloted It prodnota batter reanlta with a greater taring of Time mi Ii»b6r In Washing tad Housecleaning, than anything jet invented. W»shyonrDlah»B,flla»s- ware,Wlndowj, Curtains, Jewelry, BIWer, in faot tTerythlng, with It Try it In the Bath, and note lit Superiority over Boap Beware of Imitations. Tho Oenulne Mwayi bean tlio •bore Hymlxji ana iinme of JAMKS 1'VLK PEARLINEDIDIT Nuw York. Ears and Scalp Covered with Ec- zcmatons Scabs and Sores Oared by Cutlounv. . M \ little son, agod olifht years, has been afflicted with Ec/.oniii of tlie scalp, and lit times a groat portion of the body, over sinco he was two years old. U begun In his oars and extended to his scalp ,whlch became cov orod ,wlth scabs nnd sores, and from which i Btloky fluid pourod out, causing intense Itching and distress, and leaving his hull matted and lifeless. Underneath tlieso scabs the skin was raw, like a piece of beefsteak Gradually the hair came out and was do Btcoved. until but a small natch was left a the buck ot the head. My friends In Pcabodv know how my llttlo boy has suffered. At ntgut ho would BOrntah IUB head until his pillow was covered with blood, I used to tlo hla Imiidn behind him, uuii in many ways tried to prevent his scratching: but it was no use, ho would scratch. 1 took him to the hospital and to the best physicians lu Tea body without HUCOCHB, About thla time somo {vlaiids, v»Uo bud boon ourod by thu Outloura ItemodloB, prevailed upon mo to try them. 1 began to usu them on the 19th o January last. In sevou months every parti ole ol thu disease was removed. Not n spo or fieab remains on his scalp to toll tha story of his sulforlug. Ills hair has returned, am U thlok and strong, and his scalp us swou and oloun us any child's in the world. 1 can not say enough to express my gratitude foi this wonderful euro by the Cuttcum Homo dies, and wish all similarly afflicted to know that my statement Is true and without oxag geration. OUAHLES MoKAy, Oct. 0,1885. Vofibotly, Muss. I huvo soon Mr. McKay's boy when badly atfected with thu Kozomu. Ho was a pltlfu eight to look at. I know that ho has trloi our beat physicians, and did all a father could do for a snlforlng child, but availed nothing. 1 know thut the statements ho han inado you na rvKiirds tlio curing of his boy by your Uatlourn Komullus are ti-uo in every partloulai'. W1U.UU J McOAHTlIY, 33 Foster street, roabody, Mass. I 1 do not know of any Instance in which tlio Outlouru Itouiodlus havu fulled to produu satlslactory results. 1 btilluve I huvo uolc raoro them than of any other skin romualoa 1 huvo ovor handled during the S3 years of uiy oxpurlenoe an u druggist. A. D.THYUN, llqtavlii, N, Y. Hold ovorywhore. Price: Cutloura, 80 cts. Outloura Soap. 25 cents; OutUmra llcsolvent SI. 1'ropurud by Potter Drug nnd Uhomlco. Co., llostou. Bond for "IJow to Ouro Skin UWoiuioa." 1'I.KS, niaokliouda. Skin llletnttihes uud JlHby ilumoi-H, use Uutlcuin PIM 1 mwv>. Tho iinpoHance of purifying the blood cannot be overestimated, for without pure blood you cannot enjoy good health. At this season nearly every ono needs a good medicine to purify, vitalize, and enrich the blood, and \vo ask you to try Hood's DarMilidi* Sarsnparilla. Itstrcngthens rtJCUIIcir an d builds up the system, creates an appetite, ami tones the digestion, while it eradicates disease. Tho peculiar combination, proportion, and preparation of tho vegetable remedies used give to Hood's Sarsnparilla pecul- -p rt If c^lf lar curative powers. . No • ** I IOC 11 other medicine has such a record of wonderful cures. If you have inado up your mind to buy Hood's S.irsaparllla do not bo Induced to take any other Instead, It Is a Peculiar Medicine, and Is worthy your confidence. Howl's Sarsaparlll.1 Is sold by nil druggists. Prepared by C. I. Hood & Co., Lowell, Mass, 1OO Doses One Dollar REAL ESTATE FOR SALE. BEAD LIST OP BAKGAtNS —ATC. A. Schlueter's Agency, For Sale, clieap, cor. of 7th and Alton sts.; ramo dwelling, 4 rooms and collar, rents for 10 per month. For Sale or ttxcliangoo—100 acres, S5 in cul • tivatlon, 2X miles northeast of Fosterbnrg, at a bargain. For sale—Five-room brick house, story and a half, corner Eighth and Mechanic street. Can be had at a bargain. Good .property to rent. One 6-room new house, with collar, cistern and coal house. Lot 60 by 110 ou 9th and \farket sts. For sale—one 8-room house anyone 3-room house, 9th and Market sts. Lot 60 by 110; good cistern and coal house, at n bin gain. For aale—16 acres in North Alton with good orchard, barn and plenty of water. For sale—5G« acres impreved farm with 'ood house and stables In Woodson county, Kansob. R.It. rung across from Fort Scott to Wichita, 5 miles from county seat, For solo—75 acrns partly bottom land. Improved, farm, noav Uorsey, with plunty ot good buildings on same. For sale—10 pieces of valuable property with good houses, In this city. For sale or exchange—A nice little cottage iu Bethalto, with plenty of ground, stable and eood water on uremlaes. 1 For Bole or exchange—Two sections of'R.K. timber land In So. Missouri, 160 miles from St. i.oula ou the Iron Mountain R. R., at a bargain. For sale or exchange, 8 acres ol ground* on Main at., adjoining Mayor.Coppinger's on tne east. For sale or exchange—5 sections of prairie land In Crocket county, Texas Wfll sell cheap. Suitable for any farming purposes. Three acres adjoining Dr.Roberts on north. Five lots on Dry St., adjuiniug.Thoinas Big gins' residence on the oast. One and a half lots in ilawloy's addition. One and a half lota iu Sholly's addition. Any of the above property can bo bought at a bargain. I also represent the Buffalo German Fire Insurance Co-, Buffalo, N. Y., one of the best companies in the TJ. S. And other good Companies in addition. C. A. SCHLUETER, Office in my New Building on Second street jncbHdw A Word about Catarrh, "Ills the mucous membrane, that wonder' ful seint-lluid envelope surrouudius the doli- cato tissues of the air and load pasangos.tlmt Catarrh niaHcs its stronghold. Once established, It eats into the very vitals, and renders life but a long-drawn breath of misery and disease, dulling the sense ol hearing trammelling the power of speech, destroying the faculty of smell, tainting the breath, and billing the rcflnod pleasures ol taste. Insidiously, by creeping on from a simple cole in the head, it assaults tlio membranous lining and envelops the bones, eating turougl the delicate coats and causing inflammation sloughing and death. Nothing short of erad icatlon will secure health to tho.putlent, ant all nlluvluttvos are simply procrastinated, sufferings, loading to n fatal termination Sunford's Hndloal Cure,by Inhalation and by Internal administration, lias never till loo oven when the disease has inndo frlghtfu Inroads ou delicate constitutions, hearing smuil and taste have been recovered, and tlu dlsenuo thoroughly driven out. SANFOHD'H HADICAI, CUKE consists of one bottle of the Radical Cure, one boxUatarrha Solvent, and one improved Inhaler, noatlj wrapped in one package, with full directions price ?l. POTTKB DBUQ & CHEMICAL oo.i JIOSTON, KASKINE (TUB HOW IT ACHES. Worn out with pulu, but dtlll coin polled by stern necessity to stand up to tho work buforo us luul boar tbo puln. ilollnf In ouo minute In u Ou- lluuva AntUl'iiln I'lautor lor aching rrrr Bldoa and bnok,wonk A painful imm- clce, tliu Boro cheat utitl hocking cough, uu<l every puln and nolui of dally toll. Elegant now, original, speedy, and Infallible. At druuglBtb, 85o,; flvofor }1; or.: pontage I roe of Potter Drug nnd Uhonilcal Co., Boston. AT ONOB, A'HK . LIABLE MAN" to tuko orders for cliolco nursery stock, Good puy. Bluntly work. Outllt froo. No nxpo- rlouco needed. JAMES E. WHITNEY, ap'.'Odliu bursurymau, Rochester, N.Y. QUININE.) No bad effect i No headache No nausea, NO ringing ears, C or ".quickly [Pleasant,*"™ A POWJBKJb'irii TONIC, tntit tho -most dcWcato stmnfttm will hoar. . A SPECIFIC FOB MALARIA, ItHEDMATMSM, NEUVOUS PROSTJKATtON, nnd nil Germ Diseases . FOR COLDS KASKINE HAS UEKNFOUND TO 1JK ALMOST A SPEOllfU). Superior to Quinine. Bellevne Hospital, N. Y.: "Universally sue- CCRStUl." Mr. T. A. Miller, 030 East 157th street, X. Y.. v«8 cured by (Kaskino of extreme luulailiil irostratlon after seven years suffering. Ho iftd run down from 175 pounds to 07, uogiin on Kaskinoin Juno, 18SU, wont to work In one iionth, roKalned|hlB full weight In 6 months. Julnlnu did him uo good whatever, Mr. Charles Maxtor, architect, 133 E. 12flth St. V. Y,, was cured by Kaskino of dumb ngue In months nftor quinine treatment lor 10 years. Mrs. J. Lnwson, Ml Horgon St., Brookly.wiu cured of malnrla and nervous dyspopalix ot uauy yearsa:andlng by Kaskino, the quinine YOatmcnt having wholly (ailed. Kev. Jfts. li. Hall.Ubaplaln Albany feniten- lary,writes that Kaskino has cured bis wife, ifter twenty years suffering from uiatiirln md nervous dyspepsia. Write him lor par- tlnulurs. Letters from the above persons, Riving full details, will be sent on application. ^Kasklnu can be taken without any special medical advice. $1.00 per bottle. Sold by or sent by mall on receipt of price. KASK1NK CO., 61 Warren St., New York inySdwItn PRICE LIST: nni. LaBelle, - • • $4,7.5 Fairy, - - - - 4.50 Diamond Lights - 4.00 Fancy, • • • 3,50 KAOLE PACKET SPRING ARRANGEMENT. The Steamer H. LKYUB, Master. IB. Boss POWELI , (ED. Hi.opic,Uloi'ifs. On and after Monday, Fob.-11, the Spread Sagle will run as lollowa, vizi TJ5AV1NG AX.TON ros ST. LOUIS at 7 o'clock a. m., and St. Louis on return trip at 3 p. in., dally. Am! leaving Alton for Portage, Jersey Landing, Gralton, and was points every evening at B :1)0 o'clock. «3_Tbe WhlBtle will be sounded flftev minutoa before starting for St. Ixauls. To ST. IXJOTS, RonwnTKip TWBHTT RHJBB' >\ • - - » w O W. HILL, Aaent. Fast Freight & Passenger Line TIIK ST. LOUIS AND OBNTKAL ILLINOIS R. K. CO'S PAtACB Sl'EAMKK J. F. ELLISON, Commander. Ep. ANSIIDTZ, (p| 0rk!< TllUE DODGB, [ t ' 18rKS On and after Thursday,Feb. 17th, will leave Alton daily Commencing Monday, April 4th, stcnmor Hudson willleflveSt. Louis for Alton, Port age, Jersey, Graftou and all pulnta en St. L & O.I, H. B.,dailr, except Sunday, nt 8:30 a in., arriving at Alton nt 11 a. m. Returning will leave Alton for St. Louis at 5:45 p. m arriving at St, Louis nt 7:30 in ample time for parties to attend theatres, etc. Parties pur chasing round trip tickets will bo furnished state rooms without extra cost. Round trtj tickets of steamer Spread Eagle or Hudson wllllbo honored by either bout for returi passage. eonneotinifwlth fastezprcss on St. Louis and Central Illinois Railroad for Jersoyville, Wa- verlyi SpiluKfloldatid all points novth am east. FARE. To ST. LODIS.siiiKlo trip, ... 50c " " round trip 75o '• " twenty Hoe tlukot,. , $5.00 I1ENHY 0. TATUM, Gen. A«t. Alton. H. A. FISHER, ften'l Manager. folldtf For Toilet Use. Ayer's Hair Vigor keeps the hair soft and pliant, imparts to it the lustre and freshness of youth, causes Jt to grow luxuriantly, eradicates Dandruff, cures all scalp diseases, and is the moat cleanly of all hair preparations. AVFR'Q ^ air Vigor has given mo n i i_l i »j perfect satisfaction. J was nearly bald for six years, during which tijiic I used many hair preparations, but without sucress. .Indeed, what little liair I lui'l was growing thinner, until I iviMl Ayer's Hair Vigor. I used two rmttle* u( I!K> Vigor, nnd inyliead is now wol! covered with a new growth of hair. — Judsoii B. Chapel, teauody, Mass. (hat lias become weak, gray, dmi inciud, may have new life nntl color restored to it by the use of Avar's Kniv Vigor. «* My hair was tliin, fad?:|, and dry, nnd foil out in largo (|uau!itii!s. Aycr'a Hair Vigor stopped tl:o filiiug, nnd restored my hair to its on;;: ual color. As a dressing for tlio linir. i!iis preparation has no equal. — Mary N. Hammond, Stillwater, Miuu. VIRflR . voi "''i nni ' beauty, In tlio ituullj uppuaranca o{ the liair, inny lio pri-sprvuil (or an indefinite period by i In' use of Aym-'s Hair Vigor. •« A dix- i:asd of ilio scalp caused my hair to l>e- ci'Hii; linvuli and dry, and to fall out freely, .Nothing I tried seemed to ilo iiin any (rood until I commenced using Ay«r's Hair Vigor. Threo bottles of ihi.s proparat ion. restored my hair to u licalthy condition, and it' is now soil iuul pliant, My scalp is cured, and it is also fiv.o from dandruff. — Mm. E. It, Fossi, Milwaukee, Wis. Ayer's Hair Vigor, Buld by UrugijUti ami Ptrtumtn. PERFBCT SA.VBTV, prompt action, nnd wonderful curative properties, easily place Aycr'fl 1'ills at tlio head ot the list of popular remedies for Sick and Nervous Headaches, Constipation, oiid all nll- tuonts originating in iv disordered Livor. I hnvo boon n great sufferer from Hendacliu, and Ayor's Catlmrtlo Pllln lire thii only tnodlclno that has over given mo vflliM. Ono dose of tlieso Pills will (illicitly move my bowels, ond froo my luuiil from pulu. — WUUaui L. 1'aRO, Kichmoiid, Vu, * Ayer's Pills, Vruparcd by Dr. J, O. Avar & Co., I,ow«ll. Uu», Bold l>y all JX'«fur«lu Uedlouig. LotHfll For Young and old, • i Stacks of Ladies Hats and Bonnets Latest of Novelties. All things in above lines of Goods. Carloads of Bargains, For Young, Old, Rich and Poor, Proud and Humble, at the Wide-awake Globe, --.- Alton. 1887 TBE IxA-TEST ! 1887. t JEWEL PNEUMATIC or AIR PRESSURE RANGES, Undo in lour stylos. Two ondTbrooBuvnovB. With Tin und HviBgtaOvoiia, A iPEKl'ECT Air Pressure, without the elevated tank. Pressure Is obtained -with u weight, not-with n pump. Absolutely the safest; simple with 110 intricate parts. LIGHTS with carburettcd air, Instead ql oil in a drip cup. Gasoline and Air Tanks nro all of W inch seamlessIjrass tubing small comiectinf,'pipes of heavy annealed bras»,wlth union couplings. One end ot tank is ol gl&ss, sijcnviiig quantity of oil in same. Cannot be filled while burning. Tlie regular lino of JEWEL STOVES AND UA.NGT5S arc improved vneoUantoallj tuxd artistically. Large double oven for throe burner Itangea; Stand pipes increased in size to one inch, with large supply valve nnd trap at base. All ovens are made double or :flue lined. apOdim PITTS & BAMILL Sole Agents. ALCOHOUCANTIDOTE FOR DYSPEPSIA, URINARY DIFFICULTIES AND ALL NERVOUS DERANGEMENTS. An immediate relief for prostration caused by ALCOHOLIC EXCESSES. A Stimulant which, when taken with Soda, Vichy, Apollinarls. Beltzcr, or any 6parkllnB Wator, will supply the OravtaB for Btronft Drink, •without its disastrous reaulu, leaving tno eyatam rofreahocl nnd invlgorotod. Prepared as a HEAVY SYHUP, moot agreeable to toko. OKr/tr TKS Being non-alcoholic, it commends itself especially to Physicians, Lawyers, Teachers, Clergymen, Merchants, and others following sodentary occupations or pursuits, requiring nervo energy. LOOKOUT THE OEr.EJUlATEn QUICK MEAL Gnwoliuo Stove ! KOK HALE AT J. HOFFMANN & SON'S Doalora m STOVI58 AKD HAHDVVAUB undertaker's Supplies ALWAYS ON HANI). HOK. BKIKlNII AND AM»V 8TH, iirils aro modo'witU u Moj>< 'Wood rim. Tho Btroos- ost l)onr.?s and host wathera la tlio world. Por Dale by all dcalere. Tolio no other. MA<;itV'AW M'F'« CO.. Snitliiuw, Mlchlgnn. J.WILKES FORD&CO. 01 «fc«u w. Wiinlilnvtoii Ht.,VMcngo, III. FELT AND GRAVEL ROOFERS And Dealers In Jloullng Mutorlnln. Our fli- olutliis [or doing work In Alton aru nuoh that wo can do tlio very best (jimlity of Felt and Uruvel Itoollng, the samu us in uso otiidl the (Irst-oIasB CulldiiiKa in Ohloago at a lower price than Tin or Iron, nn d warrant our roofs for llvo yours, \yo also sell inaterla'i with full liistruotlon how to do the worn or fiinilah aiiUApurlunoBd man, 200 BA.CMJ FUREKA FINE SALT Por Dairy and Table Use, injl* Ib. lluou Macks and 50 Ib. , for sale by J. A. RYBIE,

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